Two hearts locked in battle.

Opposing forces,

celestial bodies,

destined to collide.


He left her there,

on the steps, in the road.

Betrayal complete –

to melt away with the wind and rain.


So she turned.

Not asking why.

No protest –

to move with the wind and rain.


To seek refuge elsewhere,

or not.

For what good does it do?

Sand brushed from disciple feet.


She journeys onward

for life or death’s embrace.

Her last protest –

To stand alone:


A saline pillar in the wind and rain.







WE ARE PUBLISHED!!! – #PoetsForPeace

This is awesome!!!


image copyright neha 2016 image copyright neha 2016

Hello Everyone!

Michael, Marie and I are so excited to announce that #PoetsForPeace is now LIVE and PUBLISHED in Praxis Magazine Online! We are so grateful to  Laura M Kaminski and Tee Jay Dan, editors at Praxis, for giving us this wonderful opportunity and working tirelessly in helping us get published!

We would especially like to thank all our contributors who helped make this project successful! We could not have done this without you!

You can view and download the publication here:

We are thrilled that this collaboration will also be archived in the ‘Stanford University Archive’ of the ‘100,000 Poets for Change’ collection!

We hope you can all join us next year as we aim to make #PoetsForPeace a growing annual event!

Share and Spread the word with your friends and family! Please use #PoetsForPeace!

Cheers to #PoetsForPeace!

Michael, Marie & Neha

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